GENIUS Workshop: PhD Seminar on Modern GNSS, Positioning and Timing

This course on modern GNSS, positioning and timing applications takes pace at Aalborg University in Denmark from noon on May 15 until noon at May 17.

Thee free three-day program is open to doctoral students working in GNSS  or related areas at a European university.

The lecturers and topics are:

This course on modern GNSS, positioning and timing applications takes pace at Aalborg University in Denmark from noon on May 15 until noon at May 17.

Thee free three-day program is open to doctoral students working in GNSS  or related areas at a European university.

The lecturers and topics are:

  • Darius Plausinaitis: GNSS Fundamentals-Systems and Receivers
  • Simona Lohan: GNSS Signals
  • Iva Bartunkova: GNSS Signal Simulation and GNSS Receiver Testing
  • Kai Borre: A Free GNSS Educational Software
  • Knud Johansen: Smart Grids and Wind Turbines
  • Fabio Dovis: Recent trends in interference mitigation and spoofing detection
  • Paul Bhatia: Business Opportunities for PhDs
  • Simona Lohan: Multipath

 

This is the the third course in the EU’s GENIUS project series of 3-day GNSS training forums for professionals and advanced students. Five are scheduled in 2013 and five anticipated in 2014.

The registration deadline is April 14 and the number of participants is limited. For information and to register contact Prof. Kai Borre at the email address below.

The programs are funded by the European Commission. Although the workshop is free, participants must pay for their own travel and lodging.